The PROMs in the ORE Library include instruments and items created on the ORE platform, instruments that PatientsLikeMe has developed, publicly available instruments from PROMIS, and content from other PRO databases.
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Title/Author/Domains Description Performance Status

Rhinoconjunctivitis Quality of Life Questionnaire (RQLQ)

Authors
Elizabeth F. Juniper, Guyatt GH, Andersson B, Ferrie PJ
Conditions
rhinoconjunctivitis
  • Quality of Life

The Rhinoconjunctivitis Quality of Life Questionnaire was created to measure the physical, emotional, social and occupational problems that are most troublesome to adults ages 17-70 years with either seasonal or perennial rhinoconjunctivitis of either allergic or non-allergic origin.

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  • 0 items
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Rotterdam Symptom Checklist (RSCL)

Authors
Hanneke de Haes, A Cull, Peter Fayers, Penny Hopwood, M Olchewski, R Sanderman, MRM Visser
Conditions
Cancer
  • Physical, Psychological, and Activities of Daily Living

The Rotterdam Symptom Checklist (RSCL) is an instrument that measures physical and psychological distress of patients living with cancer.

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Sickness Impact Profile (SIP)

Authors
Marilyn Bergner
Conditions
All
  • Physical, Psychosocial

The Sickness Impact Profile, SIP, is a generic measure used to evaluate the impact of disease on both physical and emotional functioning. Patients are asked to respond to the items as they are on that day.

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Stroke Impact Scale (SIS)

Authors
Pamela W Duncan, Sue M Lai, Stephanie Studenski
Conditions
Stroke
  • Quality of Life

The Stroke Impact Scale, SIS, is a health related quality of life questionnaire used to measure the consequences of stroke in adult stroke survivors and caregivers.

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Symptom Checklist-90-R (SCL-90-R)

Authors
Leonard R. Derogatis
Conditions
Psychological
  • Quality of Life

The Symptom Checklist-90-R, or SCL-90-R, helps evaluate a broad range of psychological problems, symptoms of psychopathology, and can be helpful in measuring patient progress or treatment outcomes. The test is normed on 4 groups: adult psychiatric outpatients, adult non patients, adult psychiatric inpatients, and adolescent nonpatients. Adolescent norms are used for 13-17 year olds and nonpatient adult norms are used for subjects over age 17.

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The Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Functional Rating Scale Extension (ALSFRS-EX)

Authors
P Wicks, M Massagli, C Wolf, J Heywood
Conditions
ALS
  • bulbar  (1)
  • chewing muscles  (1)
  • arms  (1)
  • mobility  (1)
  • breathing  (1)
  • and 2 more

The FRS, or the ALS Functional Rating Scale helps you keep track of your overall condition by measuring symptoms in all parts of your body: head, chest, arms, and legs. This extension was developed when it was identified that the ALSFRS-R was not accurately capturing the experience of some patients.

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The Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Functional Rating Scale Revised (ALSFRS-R)

Authors
PatientsLikeMe
Conditions
ALS
  • breathing  (1)
  • bulbar  (1)
  • chewing muscles  (1)
  • arms  (1)
  • mobility  (1)
  • and 2 more

The FRS, or the ALS Functional Rating Scale helps patients keep track of their overall condition by measuring symptoms in all parts of the body: head, chest, arms, and legs.

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The Vulnerable Elders Survey (VES-13)

Authors
RAND
Conditions
General
  • Physical Function  (1)
  • Age  (1)
  • Quality of Care Assessment

The Vulnerable Elders Survey (VES-13) is a simple function-based tool for screening community-dwelling populations to identify older persons at risk for health deterioration. The VES considers age, self-rated health, limitations in physical function, and functional disabilities.

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Visual Functioning Questionnaire (VFQ-25)

Authors
RAND
Conditions
Visual Disability, Chronic Eye Diseases
  • Visual Function

The VFQ-25 measures the influence of visual disability and visual symptoms on generic health domains such as emotional well-being and social functioning, in addition to task-oriented domains related to daily visual functioning.

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Wisconsin Quality of Life Index (W-QLI)

Authors
Marion Becker
Conditions
mental health, mental illness, schizophrenia
  • Quality of Life

The Wisconsin Quality of Life Index (W-QLI) is a tool primarily used for person with chronic mental illness. It evaluates patient status, which can supplement monitoring and evaluating patient outcomes over time. The W-QLI encompasses a questionnaire for each of the following: the client, provider, caregiver, adult, adult provider, family and family provider.

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World Health Organization Quality of LIfe-BREF (WHOQOL-BREF)

Authors
World Health Organization
Conditions
All, Substance Abuse
  • Quality of Life

The World Health Organization Quality of life-BREF is an instrument used in the management of substance abuse that measures the following broad domains: physical health, psychological health, social relationships, and environment. WHOQOL-BREF is a shorter version of the WHOQOL original instrument that may be more convenient for large research studies use.

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